How to Connect Universal Remote to LG TV

If you just bought a universal remote and are unsure how to set it up, don’t worry! Setting up a universal remote can be confusing, but there is an easy way to do it. In this post, we will show you how to connect a universal remote to an LG TV, though the steps will be similar for any TV brand.

First, make sure your TV is on. Then, press the “setup” button on your TV until the red light comes on the power button. Next, you need to enter the code for your TV. When you buy the remote, you will find a paper with a list of codes to use for different TV models. Find the code for your TV model and input it into the remote.

To input the code, make sure your remote is facing the TV. Once the code is entered, test to see if it’s working. If the TV turns on, it means the code is correct, and you can start using the remote.

In case you don’t have the code for your TV, you can leave a comment in the description box, and we will send you the code. However, if you purchased the remote with the paper, you should have the code, and without it, the remote may not work.

To ensure your remote is working correctly, test all the buttons, including the menu, back, volume bar, exit, volume, and channel buttons.

Setting up a universal remote might seem overwhelming, but with these simple steps, you can do it easily and quickly. We hope this post helps you connect your universal remote to your LG TV.


How do I connect my universal remote to my TV?
Power on the TV or other device you'd like to connect to.Insert batteries into your remote and point at the device.Press and release the correct device button on your remote for the device you're connecting. ... Now press the power button and the device button simultaneously.More items...
How to program a LG universal remote to a TV without codes?
In programming your universal remote without a code, you'll need to: Hold down the SET and Zero (0) buttons on your universal remote four times at the same time. This step is crucial, and this part is where most people fail. You'll then notice the LED light indicator (usually red) turns on steadily.